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TOZ 66

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Vairochana, Sep 18, 2006.

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  1. Vairochana

    Vairochana Member

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    Gday, in my efforts to find a useful multi purpose short barrelled shotgun I have aquired a Russian TOZ 66.
    I was wondering if anyone had any info about it. It seems to be similar to the baikal coach guns but is about 30-40 years old.
    It has a 20" barrel, outside hammers (quite heavy) and some moderate quality engraving on the usual decorated surfaces.
    Oh yes - is 12ga.
    I will be grateful for any information anyone can provide.

    Cheers
    V
     
  2. The Punisher

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    Vairochana, I also have a TOZ-66, but I did the class 3 stuff to it and had it cut down. I've read around the internet that they were discontinued around the 1970's and only worth around $275 or so. I think I paid $300 for mine about 9 years ago. Nothing expensive or fancy but they seem to be a solid hammer gun. Click this link to see another post with my TOZ-66 and my other short barreled shotguns.

    http://www.thehighroad.org/showpost.php?p=2349666&postcount=93
     
  3. Gordon

    Gordon Member

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    I have a TOZ 66 and it has been a GREAT gun for 30 years!
     
  4. Vairochana

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    Nice, tho there is no way we could do that here legally.
    I have a nice 30" SxS already, this one is for other jobs, pigs etc.
    It looks nice and solid, hope it will serve me for 30 yrs too
     
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